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Weather and Climate

G5 Realize Vocabulary T3

weather the condition in a place's atmosphere, such as sunny, rainy, or snowy.
air pressure the downward force of air that affects weather
humidity the amount of water vapor in the air
circulation (air) air moving heat in a circular motion
determine to control or cause something*
precipitation water in the atmosphere that falls to earth as rain, sleet, snow, or hail
sleet raindrops that freeze before they land
hail precipitation formed when rain is repeatedly blown back up into the cloud and freezes in layers
trace a small amount*
convection current a circular motion created when air rises and sinks because of heating and cooling
impact to directly affect something*
climate the average weather patterns of a place found by studying years of weather
latitude parallel lines on a map or globe that shows how far away from the equator a place is
elevation the height above sea level
pattern an observable event that happens in the same way again and again*
severe weather dangerous weather, such as tornadoes and hurricanes
natural disaster a destructive change that is not caused by people
conservation of matter the scientific law that matter cannot be made or destroyed, only transferred and changed
chemical reaction a change where one or more substances are turned into one or more different substances, usually caused by heat or mixing new substance
strategy a plan*
organize to arrange something to make it easier to understand*
Created by: Mr OBerc
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